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The population of Rome, Italy is 2.7 million. However, I was always wondering about another number- the population of Romans made of stone, marble, bronze and gold. Romans who have lived in Rome for hundreds of years and become so much part of the city’s streets and piazzas, parks and gardens, arches and bridges, castles and churches, museums and exhibitions, fountains and the facades of the buildings… the locals emerging from the realms of faith, myth and history.

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Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

Romans Made of Stone and Marble

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